The Kennedy White House Family Life and Pictures, 1961-1963 (Paperback)
|Author: Carl Sferrazza Anthony|
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|Focusing exclusively on Kennedy family life in the White House, Carl Sferrazza Anthony illuminates in words and pictures the domestic details, special events, private celebrations, and personal tragedies that marked John F. KennedyUs term from Inauguration Day to the final departure of Jackie and the children in December 1963. 337 photos, many in color.|
From the Publisher:
THE KENNEDY WHITE HOUSE is the first truly intimate look at Kennedy family life inside the White House. It is an unprecedented visit behind the scenes, revealing the world's most famous family in the world's most famous house. Author Carl Sferrazza Anthony scoured the Kennedy Library archives for never-before-seen color and black-and-white photographs that succeed in illustrating the Kennedy family story--the joys and tragedies, celebrations and anniversaries, informal family gatherings and escapes to their private homes in Virginia, Palm Beach, Newport, and Hyannis Port. The book also explores for the first time the relationships between Jack and Jackie's nuclear family and both of their extended families.Packed with never-before-seen photographs, The Kennedy White House reveals the world's most famous family, unstaged and as they were, both behind White House doors and in their private homes in Virginia, Palm Beach, Newport, and Hyannis Port. Carl Sferrazza Anthony's fascinating narrative brings new insight to the Kennedy story, in the first book to place the family within the context of 1960s culture and view historical events uniquely from the personal perspective of their family life. A candid and compelling tour, The Kennedy White House "takes you inside the world's most famous goldfish bowl for a glimpse at life in the White House as you've never seen it before" (Julie N. Eisenhower).